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The Gonzales Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) met Monday morning to discuss funding a request in the amount of $17,000 for a car show that will be here in just over seven weeks. The funds would … more
With $17,000 on the line, tonight's Gonzales city council meeting will likely have several speakers revved up in support of the “Hot Rods and Hatters” car show that looks to come here the first … more
This week, Gonzales ISD received word that Commissioner of Education Mike Morath denied an appeal on behalf of the district to receive credits for missing data in coding specifically in the area of … more
I think now, looking back, we did not fight the enemy—we fought ourselves. And the enemy was in us. The war is over for me now, but it will always be there the rest of my days as … more
On the agenda of the Gonzales City Council are several big-ticket items as well as ordinances and an announced closed session. They are: Discussion on Gonzales Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) … more
The large wooden gates are closed at the Gonzales hydroelectric dam. They hold back approximately 15 feet of water that spill into the turban pits that churn out an electrical current when in use. … more
On Friday, Nov. 30 at about 8:20 p.m., the Gonzales Police Department was dispatched to a vehicle crash on U.S. 183 S. near J.B. Wells Park. Patrol Officer Kalina arrived on scene while the driver of … more
Texas dance halls were once as common as cattle, with each small community boasting at least one. Now, the legendary structures have thinned and a small group of dedicated individuals take care to … more
Henry Salas has been called a visionary, a pioneer and an inspiration to many. He is all three—and then some. For the past 11 years, Salas has served as the Chief Executive Officer of the … more
Lake Wood should now be known as lake of woods. A small forest has reclaimed the once-submerged land where just a few years back a shallow lake lapped at a levied shoreline that both anglers and … more
Texas is preparing to go back to its biennial brouhaha that is the 86th Texas Legislative Session. The fun begins Jan. 8, and our local State Rep. John Cyrier (R-Lockhart) called the office this week … more
The Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture has been promoting and supporting the greater Gonzales area since 1923. For almost 100 years, this vital organization has been involved in … more
GONZALES — Downtown Gonzales turns on its holiday lights this weekend as Winterfest comes blowing back into town. Expect the same mix of seasonal delights with a few more fun events added. The … more
The only stampede 'round these parts on Black Friday would be if someone's cattle got through a fence on Hwy. 183. Now, that's not to say that Walmart won't be full, but it's likely nothing that … more
The Gonzales Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) met last Thursday to discuss starting a new festival. They decided upon naming it the Texas Independence Festival with a focus on bringing attention … more
The Historic Homes Tour comes around again on Dec. 1-2, showcasing five historic and imaginative residences from Gonzales' past that present the marvel of prosperity through preservation. The tour … more
What started as a business hope and dream for the Gonzales Healthcare Systems board of directors has become a reality. It is one of the bright shining beacons of how a community can promote and … more
GONZALES — It’s been a long time coming, but the Gonzales County Rescue has fulfilled its promise of providing automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to the Gonzales County Sheriff’s … more
GONZALES — The corpse of Halloween was barely cold before the holiday ads began their annual avalanche. Retailers have been sure to remind shoppers that Black Friday should as well be renamed Black … more
LULING — The Luling Police Department has announced it is once again sponsoring the Blue Santa promotion in Luling this Christmas season. The Blue Santa promotion is designed to raise money to buy … more
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